READ THIS: E-SQUARED by PAM GROUT
E-Squared: nine do it yourself energy experiments that prove your thoughts create your reality, is a book that explains metaphysics and quantum physics in simple terms. In this book, Pam Grout explains the term ‘infinite field of possibilities’ and gives us nine experiments to prove to us that we create our realities with our thoughts.
Pam Grout writes this book from an honest place with a great sense of humour that not only makes this book easy to understand but enjoyable to read. The most important thing about reading this book is doing the experiments.
There are nine experiments, and all of them combined will take at least thirty days to conduct. It is easy to read about how you create your life with your thoughts but when you do the experiments in the book, you will see for yourself that you truly shape your life with your mind. It has 176 pages.
Below are 10 quotes from E-Squared
1. Whatever you focus on expands.
2. What shows up in our lives is a direct reflection of our inner thoughts and emotions.
3. Emancipate yourself from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.
4. If we simply devote our minds to feeling rich, to being grateful for all the already-apparent riches in our lives—say, our families and our wonderful friends—being broke would disappear. We only experience it because we devote our thoughts to it. That’s how powerful our minds are.
5. But here’s what physicists tell us. Things, in the quantum world, do not happen in steps. They happen immediately.
6. Scientists tell us that 98 percent of our 60,000 thoughts are repeats from the day before.
7. A Truer, Grander Vision “You can never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.
8. Once we begin to look for what’s right, our lives begin spinning in unimaginably exciting new directions.
9. The universe is limitless, abundant, and strangely accommodating.
10. The most dangerous ads, as far as I’m concerned, are the new prescription drug ads, because they teach people to be sick.